The Week 13 matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and the Philadelphia Eagles features a team on fire against one cooling off slightly. We've got all the fantasy projections for you courtesy of numberFire.
Carson Palmer has been playing very well for the Cardinals lately. He's probably the biggest reason for the team's current four-game winning streak. During that stretch, he threw at least two touchdowns in each contest and completed at least 70 percent of his passes in three of them.
Palmer will no doubt be looking to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald against the Eagles in order to keep the Cards' run of success going. The Eagles boast one of the weakest secondaries in the league and they really don't have anyone on their roster that can cover Fitzgerald one-on-one. Fitzgerald has four scores in his last four games, as many as he managed all of last season.
Quarterback Nick Foles has cooled off a bit. But that hasn't stopped coach Chip Kelly from naming him the team's starter for the rest of the season. That definitely solidifies Foles' fantasy value for his owners, just in time for the stretch drive. Foles has led the team to three straight wins and has 10 touchdown passes over that stretch.
If Foles is to succeed against a tough Cardinals defense, he'll need every bit he can get from LeSean McCoy. McCoy is among the league leaders in carries and touches so he'll no doubt see tons of action week-to-week regardless of the team he's facing. He finished with 150 total yards and two touchdowns last week against the Washington Redskins. Although the Cardinals' defense is a lot better, McCoy is a must-start player in fantasy leagues.